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breaks out on a bart train. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. the woman who jumped in to help zaps the man with her stun gun. bart police took the man off the train at the pleasant hill bart station, and that's where our transportation reporter heather ishimaru is tonight. >> carolyn, stun guns have less voltage than police tasers, and you don't need a permit to carry them and one woman put hers to good use. the suspect, 30-year-old zachary mccab seen in a booking photo from another arrest in march was lying across two seats as the train pulled into the pleasant hill bart station just before 9:00 this morning. a 62-year-old man wanted to sit down an argument started. >> the argument turned from verbal to physical at some point and the patrons got involved to assist the victim. >> jeff dunn was in the car next door and wonder yg it wasn't moving. >> somebody got off the car where the problem was and got od on our car and i heard her say ing there are three guys holding him down. >> it appears as though the patrons assisting the victim in this case may have had mr. mc
. carolyn johnson is off. >> i'm dan ashley. the death of a paramedic killed in oakland is leaving a party breaking void in the bay area. >> we knew quinn boyer saved lives, but we learned he helped make our community better in other ways as well. as police president could to hunt for a killer, the rest of us measure a great loss. >> mary holiday of big brothers and big sisters knew him for three years. he matched him up with his brother who is 14. >> that's what he gave me. he cared. he truly cared. he wanted to give back his time and now his little brother won't have that. >> the santa clara county paramedic ordered at the free clinic and was just accepted into the physician assistant program at stanford. his wife and family have decided to donate his organs. they released a statement saying quinn's passing leaves a gash in our hearts that will never heal. we ask for your support and prayers. on tuesday morning he was shot and killed on keller avenue on the oakland hills. the victim of a possible robbery attempt. he was in another car and fired at the off duty paramedic. a neighbor says
>>> good evening. i'm dan ashley. that breaking news is out of texas. there have been at least two explosions at a fertilizer plant in the city of west, texas. 80 miles south of dallas. there have been mass casualties. explosions hit before 8:00 central time. we first broke this story at the 6:00 news. hospitals are treating up to 100 people injured. i have heard reports that as many as 40 of those people have very serious injuries. the injured suffered what doctors call blast injuries. injuries to their legs and arms and cuts and bruises. a hazardous materials team is at the plant. there is an evacuation order for the area which includes a school and nursing home. there are reports the nursing home and apartment complex are on fire. a witness says he saw smoke and then the first explosion and it was like a bomb going off the witness says. right now, first responders are on the scene to treat the injured and deal with the damaged plant. investigators will continue to try to figure out what happened but the immediate priority is to treat the injured and to make sure that they get pe
. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. tonight family and friends aren mourning a young man who died in the line of duty. a young soldier who joined the military as a teenager to honor his father, help his family and serve his country. john alston is live in santa clara. john, everyone said he was proud to serve. >> absolutely, dan.he was born he was born in the fill teens, but he -- philippines, but he grew up this san jose, santa clara and that is where they are feeling the loss. >> they honor him as a soldier and as a brother. all of the other soldiers that have done this and sack fiesed -- sacrifice editor this country. >> she is heart broken over the death of her brother. del son santos, junior, he was one -- among five killed in afghanistan while helping deliver textbooks to school children. the suicide car bombing also killed 25-year-old diplomat anne smedinghoff. >> as a soldier first of all he is brave and always motivated. he's always willing to do anything. >> santos followed the lead of his father, a world war ii vet who survived the baton death march. delfino santos
's west coast blues hall of fame has an impressive class. >> and i'm dan ashley. coming up at 5:00 today the clever dayway an alert store employee helped the fbi break up a major shoplifting ring. and two local connections behind a major medical break through that is expected to save millions of people around the world. >>> abc 7 at 8:00, scandal at 10:00 then abc 7 news at 11:00 and the history of the east bay runs deep. this weekend they'll be that legacy. >> that is where abc 7 news nick smith is. >> good afternoon everybody is getting ready for another round of legends playing here saturday night. as learned today if you don't know the blues then you ain't lived. >> the man still has the pipes. rick stevens is among a group recognized as a part of oakland rich blues and jazz history. >> all of them juke joints? i grew up in that era. just evolved from blues to rhythm and blue autos saturday, he'll be one of 13 inducted into the west coast blues hall of fame. 7th street is home to west coast blues. workers from ship yards crowded the spaces. >> i'm just a musician. >> the videos have
is the official partner for the museum. we dan ashley has an expliewssive first of -- exclusion skiff look at cool things. >> the exploratorium spent its first 44 years at the palace of fine arts, creating a reputation for cutting edge science and art exhibits. the new building offers three times the space and a permanent spot for outside exhibits. that space was created out of a giant parking lot on the north side of the building. this is two years ago and this is how it looks now. almost ready for its new life as an outdoor oasis. for the first six months that life will be filled with fog. this is the trial run of a fog sculpture created by a japanese artist. when the work is finished, visitors on the bridge will be engulfed by fog. >> you can experience and be in. >> and when you step off the bridge the fog puts on a show. the fog will operate every half hour. when it clears you'll be able to say the artist's creation. there he is in the inflatable boat, testing little mirrors that eventually create a light show of reflected sun on the rafters. right now there's just a few but the finished work
for the museum. we dan ashley has an expliewssive first of -- exclusion skiff look at cool things. >> the exploratorium spent its first 44 years at the palace of fine arts, creating a reputation for cutting edge science and art exhibits. the new building offers three times the space and a permanent spot for outside exhibits. that space was created out of a giant parking lot on the north side of the building. this is two years ago and this is how it looks now. almost ready for its new life as an outdoor oasis. for the first six months that life will be filled with fog. this is the trial run of a fog sculpture created by a japanese artist. when the work is finished, visitors on the bridge will beef engulfed by fog. >> you can experience and be in. >> and when you step off the bridge the fog puts on a show. the fog will operate every half hour. when it clears you'll be able to say the artist's creation. there he is in the inflatable boat, testing little mirrors that eventually create a light show of reflected sun on the rafters. right now there's just a few but the finished work will
of the old site. city leaders to gathered to celebrate the opening and dan ashley proudly served as mc. >> to see this is remarkable. it's really a new crown jewel for stit before doors open we got a tour and discovered how adults can act like children in here. >> we'd like adults to come and play and interwhere yacht and find that inner child to explore the natural fen nom non. >> they've figured out play to turn playing a video game into science. >> this is hard. it's about human ints yax. and human sense of behavior. >> there are 600 exhibits here including a chandelier full of algae. so much to see it might take more than one visit. >> this is bigger than the old exploratorium. i think we're going to be here all day. >> there are outdoor visits to explore as well. it will be open until 3:00 tonight. >> and here is a look at the live camera. a great day to be outside. and look at the bay from that view at pier 15. >> so go outside, inside, you can see the smiles of the kids that went rushing n they knew they're in for a treat. >> amy hollyfield had a big smile. >> yes. >> good stuff
'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. as you are going to hear, some of those answers were really quite emotional for a man suddenly thrown into the when police surrounded car nave last week it was -- surrounded tsarnaev it was only because of a boat owner. >> people said there is blood on the boat and he saw blood and went in. not true jie. not true? >> not true. >> the word is you saw the boat and pulled back the wrapping and you saw a body and it moved and you called 9-1-1. >> no, no, that. >> no? >> no. >> he wept to the garage and grabbed a stepladder. >> i got three steps up the ladder and i will roughed it up and i -- i rolled it up and i can see through the shrink wrap of the i didn't expect to see anything. i look in the boat here and on the floor and i see blood. >> a lot of blood? >> a good amount of blood. >> then my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. the engine box is in the middle -- there was a body. >> and at that moment what did you do? >> oh my god. >> he couldn't see suspect number two's face. he was glad he couldn't see his face. >> well, i know i took th
was shot in the head while behind the wheel. i'm dan ashley. carolyn johnson has the night off. tonight an allout search for the shooter and an allout effort for doctors to save the paramedic's life. it happened in the oakland hills near killer and hanson drive. near keller and hanson drive. but why is the question. we go to highland hospital. alan? >> the question is still trying to be answered. family members are outside the intensive care unit where the man is in critical con decision. his name is quinn boyer and they seem to believe there was a robbery that took place before noon. sky 7hd was over the scene along keller avenue where the vic i'm it's blue honda plunged into a ravine. police believe the victim was stopped at an intersection when a man in a brown car got out and shot him twice. one bullet struck him in the head. the off duty paramedic jumped the gas and took out a tree and drove off into the ravine. santa clara county ambulance says quinn has, woulded with >> we are able to handle an emergency situation, but when it is one of our brothers in this horrible situation, we
in an attack on his con joy -- convoy over the weekend. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. tonight family and friends are mourning a young man who died in the line of duty. a young soldier who joined the military as a teenager to honor his father, help his family and serve his country. john alston is live in santa clara. john, everyone said he was proud to serve. >> absolutely, dan. he was born in the fill teens, but he -- philippines, but he grew up this san jose, santa clara and that is where they are feeling the loss. >> they honor him as a soldier and as a brother. all of the other soldiers that have done this and sack fiesed -- sacrifice editor this country. >> she is heart broken over the death of her brother. del son santos, junior, he was one -- among five killed in afghanistan while helping deliver textbooks to school children. the suicide car bombing also killed 25-year-old diplomat anne smedinghoff. >> as a soldier first of all he is brave and always motivated. he's always willing to do anything. >> santos followed the lead of his father, a world war ii vet who survived the bat
kimmle is coming up next. >> i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. the news begins at 4:30. we are always available at abc7news.com and on facebook and twitter at abc7 news bay area. thanks for watching. we appreciate your time. >> good night, even. good night, everyone. >> dickey: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight, rosario dawson, nicole richie, and music from foals with cleto and the cletones. and now, get this, here's jimmy kimmel! [ applause ] . >> jimmy: welcome. thank you for coming. i want you guys to know if the north koreans launch a nuclear missile tomorrow, i'm really glad we had this time together. i'll be glad even if they don't. i'll be honest with you. if we do get blown up tomorrow, at least we went out with one last episode of "dancing with the stars." and what a night it was. first of all, lisa van der pump of the real housewives or some place got the ax tonight on the show, which was deserved it seems. very gifted dancer. so much talent. you know, that's what makes it so hard to say goodbye. she actually passed out during rehearsal, which was
and jason bait money. >> i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. thank you for watching. we appreciate your time. abc morning news continues tomorrow morning at 4:30 a.m. >> and we are always available at abc7news.com, on facebook and twitter at abc7 news bay area. >> see you tomorrow. >> announcer: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight jason bateman. from "42," chadwick boseman. and music from alice in chains. with cleto and the cletones. and now, not a moment too soon, here's jimmy kimmel! [ a applause ] >> jimmy: thank you all for coming. hey, is anybody worried about these north korean missiles? are you worried about it guillermo? >> no, jim. >> jimmy: what do you know about it, tell me? >> they want to attack usa but i don't know where is usa. >> jimmy: u.n. and south korean officials today say they're highly confident that north korea will launch a media-range missile anytime now. which i guess means dennis rodman failed. the missiles are believed to have a range of about 2,000 miles. no one knows for sure, but they could hit targets in japan and south korea for sure,
jumps into action when a fight breaks out on a bart train. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. the woman who jumped in to help zaps the man with her stun gun. bart police took the man off the train at the pleasant hill bart station, and that's where our transportation reporter heather ishimaru is tonight. >> carolyn, stun guns have less voltage than police tasers, and you don't need a permit to carry them and one woman put hers to good use. the suspect, 30-year-old zachary mccab seen in a booking photo from another arrest in march was lying across two seats as the train pulled into the pleasant hill bart station just before 9:00 this morning. a 62-year-old man wanted to sit down an argument started. >> the argument turned from verbal to physical at some point and the patrons got involved to assist the victim. >> jeff dunn was in the car next door and wonder yg it wasn't moving. >> somebody got off the car where the problem was and got on our car and i heard her say ing there are three guys holding him down. >> it appears as though the patrons assisting the victim in th
of the new exploratorium. anchor dan ashley is going to be hosting the half-hour special with an exclusive inside look at san francisco's newest treasure. opening day is wednesday, april 17th. >> well, frances dinglasan is here. i see her look at her last-minute details there, preparing that accuweather forecast. >> that's right. we are going to gear up for windy conditions. i looked at some of the windiest witnesses over the last 24 at sfo and burlingame. we had 40, 50 mile-an-hour winds yesterday. it will be breezy again today with clear skies and sunshine. i'll have all the details coming up. >> thank you, frances. also coming up, san francisco gets readily to hold the city's second sunday streets of the year. we will tell you where you >> new this morning a special benefit concert called sing fourth america take place tonight at san francisco's palace of fine arts. it is to singers what a marathon is to runners. it's a chance to raise money doing what they love. last year's inaugural benefit concert raised more than $100,000, benefiting some 40 organizations. with the help of sponsors,
, and coming up next, the making of the new exploratoryup. we'll be back at 9:00 and 11:00. >>> hi, i'm dan ashley and i'm standing on top of a bay area treasure. the san francisco exploratorium is being reborn here at it's new home at pier 15. the pier has been entirely rebuilt from top to bottom and inside this global pioneer of hands-on science museum is pushing new boundaries in art and science and just plain fun. abc7 is proud and excited to be the official tv partner for the exploratorium. museum opens on april 17th but you get to see it now. >> the new exploratorium means more to explore. >> abc7 means more access. >> why not be a team? you get a special look inside the exhibits right here. more to explore the making of the new exploratorium starting now. ♪ ♪ >> this is awesome. this is more i can ever experience. >> it freezes a million a second. >> there is more things to do here. >> it's big, big and fun. [ laughter ] >> i think it's really cool. i'm having as much fun as a ten-year-old. >> dan: look carefully and you might see dennis bartels executive director of the explorat
. >> that is our report for now. thank you so much for watching. we appreciate your time as always. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. for larry beil and sandhya patel, thank you for joining us, everyone. >> good night. >> dickey: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- mark wahlberg. from "once upon a time", jennifer morrison. and music from new order with cleto and the cletones. and now, thank you for your patience, here's jimmy kimmel! cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. welcome to the show. thank you for joining me on television. tell me if you think this is a good or a bad thing. this morning i woke up, i grab mid laptop to keep under my mattress so my mom doesn't find it. i went online and the first thing i did was order a dozen individual sized molten chocolate cakes. that's normal, right? a lot of people wake up and order chocolate from bed? i think elvis used to do that before the inevitable happened. but this is a cake-based story i think you'll like. an englishman named chris holmes quit his sdwrob at the airport in london by giving his boss a cake. th
location. city leaders gathered to celebrate the opening and dan ashley proudly served as emcee to bring in this new time of discovery. >> this is remarkable and sat filing and a new crown jewel for the city of san francisco. >> before the doors opened we got a tour of the place and quickly discovered at an exhibit about lights how adults can act like children. >> we would like adults as well as children to come and play and interact and find that inner child to explore the natural phenomena. >> they have figured out how to play a video and turn it into science. you play this with a partner the. >> it is about human interaction. and human social behavior. >> there are 600 gibbs -- exhibits here including a bridge surrounded by fog. it could take more than one visit because there is so much to see. >> this place is so much bigger and we just got here. we will all here all day. >> stuff to see inside, look at this live picture, outside, too, and outside exhibit a lot them are free so even if you want to come down here and enjoy to weather and don't want to pay to get in there is stuff to d
for being here. appreciate your time. dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. 1r* a good night, everyone.
with harrison ford. >> i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. the news begins form morning at 4:30 sh -- tomorrow morning at >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- harrison ford, from "pain and gain," anthony mackie, and music from m83. with cleto and the cletones. and now, get this, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you for coming. tonight's show, this show tonight is dedicated to you. that's right. usually i dedicate them to myself, which is weird. we have a good lineup for you tonight. m83 is here, anthony mackie is here and the great harrison ford is with us. thinking about this today. if i could go back in time and tell teenage jimmy kimmel someday you'll get to sit down and chat with hans solo and ip ip jones, i think my younger self would have said that's great. have you touched any boobs yet? i have. president obama has had a strange day today. he was forced to address a rumor involving jay-z and beyonce. they celebrated their anniversary in cuba this month. jay-z just released a song called open letter about the trip. it says boy fr
has been waiting to hear. good evening, every. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. as you are going to hear, some of those answers were really quite emotional for a man suddenly thrown into the when police surrounded car nave last week it was -- surrounded tsarnaev it was only because of a boat owner. >> people said there is blood on the boat and he saw blood and went in. not true jie. not true? >> not true. >> the word is you saw the boat and pulled back the wrapping and you saw a body and it moved and you called 9-1-1. >> no, no, that. >> no? >> no. >> he wept to the garage and grabbed a stepladder. >> i got three steps up the ladder and i will roughed it up and i -- i rolled it up and i can see through the shrink wrap of the i didn't expect to see anything. i look in the boat here and on the floor and i see blood. >> a lot of blood? >> a good amount of blood. >> then my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. the engine box is in the middle -- there was a body. >> and at that moment what did you do? >> oh my god. >> he couldn't see suspect number two's face. he w
>>> and that breaking news is in west oakland tonight. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. the fbi and oakland police raided an apartment building near seventh street and lindon. alan wang is live at police headquarters with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, flashbang grenades went off and residents were forced from their homes and we are still waiting for the oakland police department to tell us what is going on. shear what we saw. here is what we saw. several fbi agents in tactile gear with fully automatic weapons outside the uh-huh part meant building. oakland police officers in uniform appeared to be assisting with traffic and the arrest of one man at this location. witnesses say they raided two other apartment buildings in the city tower complex and evacuated the residents. we saw them carry out one bag of evidence, but so far there is no explanation and the residents are looking for answers. >> when i got to the lobby, there was so many police in the lobby they put me up against the wall and asked if i had any guns. i said, no i am just looking for my kid. we don
. >>> and that breaking news is in west oakland tonight. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. the fbi and oakland police raided an apartment building near seventh street and lindon. alan wang is live at police headquarters with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, flashbang grenades went off and residents were forced from their homes and we are still waiting for the oakland police department to tell us what is going on. shear what we saw. here is what we saw. several fbi agents in tactile gear with fully automatic weapons outside the uh-huh part meant building. oakland police officers in uniform appeared to be assisting with traffic and the arrest of one man at this location. witnesses say they raided two other apartment buildings in the city tower complex and evacuated the residents. we saw them carry out one bag of evidence, but so far there is no explanation and the residents are looking for answers. >> when i got to the lobby, there was so many police in the lobby they put me up against the wall and asked if i had any guns. i said, no i am just looking for my kid. we don't know what was
. they can have fun with it. >> i'm cheryl jennings. >> i'm dan ashley. from all of us here, thanks for watching. >>> this is "world news." tonight, breaking news in the case of the alleged boston bombers. tonight, abc news learns their mother was on the terrorist watch list. plus, inside the car with the bombers. the dramatic story suddenly revealed. how the man they carjacked with a gun to his head knew when to jump out of that car. >>> the discovery in new york city tonight. more than ten years after 9/11, a huge piece of one of those planes suddenly found in an alley. >>> overseas, the massive collapse and the miracle in the rubble tonight. 50 people discovered alive. among them, two babies born underneath all of that debris. >>> and the voice. the man who so many called the greatest living country singer, tonight, remembering him and that song that became a hit, surprising the singer himself. ♪ he stopped loving her today
. the terrifying more moments as a mother watched as a man grabbed her daughter. >> i'm dan ashley. can you imagine that fear that mother felt. because of how she reacted her little girl is safe tonight. it happened on brain drop circle in pittsburg. thank goodness. >> reporter: this is where it happened in the yard behind me. police are searching the neighborhood and paying visits to known sex offenders in the area but this guy is still out there tonight and police wanted to find him now because if he fits the profile he is very likely to strike again. >> they comforted the distraught mother. earlier she saw a man snatch her two-year-old daughter in her front yard. >> from what we told the suspect approached the residence, he would have not seen anybody else other than the two-year-old. >> the toddler's mother was ten feet away but hidden by the family car. just as the suspect grabbed the child and ran, he realized her mom was right there. >> mother was also in the front yard and begin giving chase to the suspect and yelling at him. also threatening she was going to call the police. this, we belie
moments as a mother watched as a man grabbed her daughter. >> i'm dan ashley. can you imagine that fear that mother felt. because of how she reacted her little girl is safe tonight. it happened on brain drop circle in pittsburg. thank goodness. >> reporter: this is where it happened in the yard behind me. police are searching the neighborhood and paying visits to known sex offenders in the area but this guy is still out there tonight and police wanted to find him now because if he fits the profile he is very likely to strike again. >> they comforted the distraught mother. earlier she saw a man snatch her two-year-old daughter in her front yard. >> from what we told the suspect approached the residence, he would have not seen anybody else other than the two-year-old. >> the toddler's mother was ten feet away but hidden by the family car. just as the suspect grabbed the child and ran, he realized her mom was right there. >> mother was also in the front yard and begin giving chase to the suspect and yelling at him. also threatening she was going to call the police. this, we believe, fright
a flug-to em. that is a dan ashley tag phrase and i say it under protest. struck out 11 and 6 and two-thirds. the a's are up for seven runs in the fifth. cocoa crisp again and another catch phrase then and that last one is great. >> i'm working. >> the bases loaded and scoring a pair. cool and crisp. three for five. three r.b.i's and a's roll it 8-3. the warriors are counting it down win by win to secure a playoff spot. another step closer in phoenix. the warriors have to sweat it out a little bit. the suns were not very good. lead by as many as 18. the three and the foul and had a game high 32 points. michael beasley like a flug -- never mind. if you say it often enough it will catch on. curry with 18 points and 15 assists. harrison barnes with authority. warriors had 15 steals in this game. klay thompson, 25 points and taking it to the rack strong. warriors up by two. 35 seconds left and warriors are still with a two-point lead. and jarod jack. the dagger. warriors with the largest come back. 111-107. they can clinch a playoff spot on sunday. the sharks put their six-game win strea
on the making of the new exploritorium with dan ashley. there are so many cool exhibits, a special table that reads ordinary objects as music notations and plays out the music. >> fabulous. >> you would like that. >> lots of things we will like. well like the weather forecast, too, mike? >> the exploritorium shows different lights on it than last time notice how beautiful. a little breezy, though, and around today. 49 to 54 to start the day, and 58 to 66, and lower temperatures at the coast and higher at the bay and inland and from 60 to 72 at 4:00 and a pleasant evening at 356 at coast and 64 for the rest of us. you are paying more in water this spring than last spring, you have noticed? we are from 4.5" to 7" below and we have had breezes that dry the ground more than normal. when we get up the temperatures will warm up and we are in a no win situation. 80's for thursday, friday, saturday, inland, and mid 70's around the bay and upper 50's to low 60's at the coat. can't wait to sigh the mirror that continues you upside down. as we look at the drive along 101 out of marinwood into centr
>> good evening. i'm dan ashley. president obama is facing some backlash tonight for comment that he made at the tail end of his trip to the bay area. we are in sacramento tonight with the compliment that got the president in trouble. >>reporter: hours after president obama silicon valley fundraising visit he reached california attorney general harris by phone andxd poll jaysd for calling her quote by far the best lacking attorney general in the country. >> you know he believes and fully recognizes the challenges women or fully recognize the challenge women continue to face in the workplace and that they should not be judged based on appearance. >>reporter: even though the president also praised the san francisco democrat for her brilliance, dedication and her toughness, before he xlimentd her looks the president comment caused a national debate over whether saying anything about a woman's appearance has any place in a professional setting. obama and harris do share a friendship seen here greeting her with a peck on the cheek last year. she doesn't appear to be offended
'll be it for the late news at 11:00. >> i'm cheryl jennings. >> dan: i'm dan ashley. for all of us here, we appreciate your time. appreciate your time. see you again at 9:00 and this is "jeopardy!" today's contestants are -- a student from tarzana, california... ...a website developer from riverton, illinois... ...and, our returning champion, an office-supply sales assistant from fresh meadows, new york... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome. and please be assured that we have no april fools' day jokes or tricks to play on you today. rebecca's been having a very good time on "jeopardy!" so far. jim and alex, welcome aboard. nice to have all three of you with us todad luck. let's go into the "jeopardy!" round right now. and you will be dealing with these categories... not "birth." notice the "q" in quotation marks. you know what that means. alex: rebecca, start. thank "q" very much, $200 please. jim. what is a quack? yes. thank "q" very much, $400. alex. what is quarry? you are right. u.s. constitution for $200, please.
as he used his car as a deadly weapon. >> dan: i'm dan ashley. police identified the man that was defending the car and they suspect he was high on drugs. a red olds mob bill smashed into the store. other shoppers subdued the driver after he got out of the car and swung at people with a blunt instrument. hamid zaid was taken in after the ordeal. mark, unbelievable. >> reporter: just imagine the panic as this red cutlass is side swiping cars. he apparently swerved to try and hit pedestrians before slamming 30 feet inside of this walmart store. >> it's remarkable that no one was run over as the car came into the store. most serious injury happened when zaid got out and attack a 61-year-old store employee. he hit him with a metal rod or a metal pole. the worker had just clocked out and had stepped up to tell the young man to calm down. >> he hit the cashier. i believe that mexican guy, old are man. >> he had a serious wound to his head. in the cellphone video you can see customers went after the attacker. they are holding him down until police could arrive. >> a few of them
. >> up next, only for veterans. the new court program helping make a difference in lives. >> i'm dan ashley. coming up you new at 5:00 another school district under fire accused of abusing students with autism. >> newest chapter in the little door in golden gate park. and why it will need to come off the hinges yet again. those stories and more coming up at 5:00. news >>> here is tonight's prime time line up. at 8:00 it's wife swap. at 9:00, scandal and join us for abc 7 news at 11:00. >> there is a new court program in san francisco helping military veterans. >> it's called splet trans justice court a program that had suck snes other cities that have adopted it. vic lee was in the courtroom on opening day. >> judge braiden woods will run the pilot court program. crimes run from misdemeanors to nonviolent felonis. >> the presiding judge lee was a driving force. >> it's an opportunity to give them and the court a different way to reintegrate them into the community. >> it's an ef yrt between the court and va. elizabeth will be the va liaison. >> focus in court like this is on treatmen
to a senseless crime. the shooting of a paramedic has just become a murder investigation. >> teenager, i'm dan ashley. >> the victim of that crime, a paramedic, shot in the head has died. the 34-year-old works in santa clara county passed away late today. he was shot twice while in his car on keller avenue tuesday just before noon. investigators believe he tried to drive off but crashed into a ravine. the killer remains on the loose tonight. investigators don't know what led to the shooting. they wanted to interview him when his condition improved. and now, they cannot. his employer issued a statement that says, quote, our hearts are heavy with emotion. quinn was very well liked by colleagues and was very dedicated in his role as a paramedic. he will be greatly missed. now, keep in mind these are the same paramedic who's worked with brian stow, the fan beaten two years ago outside dodger stadium. >> oakland police chief today admitted his officers made a mistake when they shot a teenager last night. officers chasing burglars outside of a restaurant but ended up shooting a teen a block away. th
stuff happening this sunday at 6:30 you can get a preview on abc 7 presents more to explore. >> dan ashley will have a look at san francisco's newest treasure. >> stuff in there is fun. >> yes. turning to forecast now. i took a sneak peek at the forecast. >> are you feeling sick already tomorrow? >> i feel something coming on tomorrow. >> i know. it's going to be a great day. nobody is going to want to come to work. right? temperatures going to peak tomorrow, going to feel like summer. and it's actually looking like summer right now. cloudy skies. let's move to a long live. i'm going to step back for this one. looking out over san francisco, what a beautiful day this is. 77 in oakland. 73 san jose. how about another live view? cloudy skies and 80 degrees in santa rosa. 77 in napa. 75 in los gatos, nice, mild around bait area, we're going to have clear, mild conditions overnight. cooling begins on thursday. will be gradual cooling. low pressure system producing our powerful winds in the morning is well inland now to our east. low pressure giving us clear skies and temperatures peak t
for joining snaws i'm dan ashley for all of us here we appreciate your time morning news starts 4:30 am tomorrow morning. have a good n >> dickey: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- tom cruise. kesha. and music from paramore. with cleto and the cletones. and now, as if you didn't know, here's jimmy kimmel! [ applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. do your families know you're here? well, you're here on an historic night tonight. one that could be a turning point in u.s./german relations. after two weeks of negotiations, the justin bieber money key crisis has come to a head tonight. as you probably know. on march 28, a monkey owned by angelic pop music sensation justin bieber was confiscated by german authorities. they said he didn't have the right paperwork. so they took his monkey, a monkey named mally. they've been holding mally captain i now for 14 days. all this little monkey wants is to be back in the glove compartment of bieber's ferrari. on monday, i put germany on notice. i announced if mally the monkey was not returned to justin by midnight april 12, which
snaws i'm dan ashley for all of us here we appreciate your time morning news starts 4w :30 am tomorrow morning. have a good n four people are still in critical condition. the cause of the accident is under investigation. >>> cars recalled because of defective airbags, involving 3.5 million cars, toyota, honda, nissan and mazda. when they inflate they can project flying plastic or parts at passengers. so far no injuries. owners can expectoral notices in the mail. >>> one day down, three to go at masters golf tournament in georgia. tiger woods got off to a rough start. but he settled down, as his round went along. he is four strokes off the lead. >> that lead is held by sergio garcia of spain. six under par going into today's second round. the greens helped them out. half the field shot par or better. >> but the shot of the day came from welchman, jamie donaldson. on the par 3, 6th hole he tied off and watched as his ball rolled right into the cup. a hole in one. and his first masters tournament. that is an achievement. not too many people can brag about. >> sweet pants too. >> styling.
of residents to seek medical help. did chevron do enough to prevent it? good evening, i'm ama daets. >> i'm dan ashley. the final report was released today but it outlines some changes the company plan tz make going forward. abc 7 news has the story from richmond. >> the fire in august last year was the result of a leak from kor yoded pipes, those accompany knew the pipe was corroding as long as twut. it did nothing to replace or repair it. the 7th and final report to health services makes a number of recommendations for changes including enhanced inspections. better training programs and a new protocol for reacting to leak autos they had done what they'd been asked to do. and we're going to see if there is anything that might be missing there. >> the health department will be hiring an independent third party to do an audit of the safety culture, manment and human error that contributed to the accident. chevron will have to pay for it and the consultant will return to make sure promised changes are made. >> wung of the things we node all pipe corrodes. the issue is how chevron makes appropriat
.i.p.s turned out for the exploratorium gala. we are the official tv partner. guests including dan ashley and cheryl jennings had the chance to experience the new exploratorium ahead of wednesday's public opening. and excitement continues at the san francisco zoo where a baby tiger continues to reach new milestones. this week the tiger cub finally went outside. she is so little. mom was never too far away grabbing the two-month-old cub and carrying her to a safer grassy area. the cub already weighs 14 pounds. the baby tiger is on limited public display at the san francisco zoo starting this weekend. >>> why president obama is letting someone else deliver the weekly white house address this morning. and gun show at cow palace do they contribute to illegal trafficking of weapons? and dancer corrects a news program for a year career that is keeping him on his toes. why he credits his humble beginnings. >>> welcome back at 8:30. a quick look at the weather. here is frances dinglasan in for lisa argen. >> still quiet on the weather front. here is a look at live doppler 7-hd. clear conditions o
appreciate your time as always. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. for larry beil and sandhya patel, thank you for joining us, everyone. >> good night. [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] [cheering and applause] meredith: hey, guys. hello, everybody, and welcome to "millionaire." kicking things off today is an emergency room doctor from huntersville, north carolina. please welcome james perri. [cheering and applause] hey, james. >> nice to meet you. meredith: nice to meet you, too. all right, james. emergency room doctor. so you are used to anything that comes your way, obviously. that's a chaotic place to work. >> fairly chaotic, yes. meredith: so does that make this seem easier to you, coming onto a game show like this? >> i guess the difference is i've been able to go through residency and training for years and years and years, so you're prepared for it. this, not so much. meredith: now, did you do anyis? >> um, my plan was to start watching some entertainment gossip shows with my wife during dinnertime, but then she went on a business trip, so-- meredit
movers and shakers including mayor ed lee. and dan ashley but the day belonged to the children of the bay area. like 11-year-old cooper. >> how long will it take to you get around? >> i don't know. i don't think i'll be able to see everything today. >> this is not just for kids, thursday nights they have adult only only night. it's open until 10:00 as sit on wednesday so there still time to get down here to enjoy the new exploratorium. live in san francisco, along the embarcadero, abc 7 news. >> thank you and i hope everyone will take time to go check it out. >> yes. still to come here tonight why caltrans was concerned five years ago about the bolt that's snapped. >> a court decision on a marin county mobile home park we've been reporting on that could have impact on rent control laws throughout california. >> a man is charged for two seats instead of one then told he can't get the money back. is that fair? >> later tonight goldman awards how a teacher turned a grade school recycle prog jekt into a prize winning >>> new questions tonight as caltrans continues to investigate the dozens of
tonight. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. the fbi and oakland police raided an apartment building near seventh street and lindon. alan wang is live at police headquarters with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, flashbang grenades went off and residents wereforcr forced from their homes and we are still waiting for the oakland police department to tell us what is going on. shear what we saw. here is what we saw. several fbi agents in tactile gear with fully automatic weapons outside the uh-huh part meant building. oakland police officers in uniform appeared to be assisting with traffic and the arrest of one man at this location. witnesses say they raided two other apartment buildings in the city tower complex and evacuated the residents. we saw them carry out one bag of evidence, but so far there is no explanation and the residents are looking for answers. >> when i got to the lobby, there was so many police in the lobby they put me up against the wall and asked if i had any guns. i said, no i am just looking for my kid. we don't know what was going on. they never
to the mother. good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> that search happening a pitsburg neighborhood near rain drop circle. >> alan wong joins us live on the telephone with the latest. >> information this is an attempted child abduction. we're told a man described only as a white male snatched up a 2-year-old girl and ran down the street before dropping the child about a block away. sky 7 live shows several police officers waiting outside writ happened. an investigator is due here any moment to speak to the mother. we're told the suspect is on the loose. at this point we don't know whether or not there is a relationship between a child or the suspect.
-year-old girl. the terrifying more moments as a mother watched as a man grabbed her daughter. >> i'm dan ashley. can you imagine that fear that mother felt. because of how she reacted her little girl is safe tonight. it happened on brain drop circle in pittsburg. thank goodness. >> reporter: this is where it happened in the yard behind me. police are searching the neighborhood and paying visits to known sex offenders in the area but this guy is still out there tonight and police wanted to find him now because if he fits the profile he is very likely to strike again. >> they comforted the distraught mother. earlier she saw a man snatch her two-year-old daughter in her front yard. >> from what we told the suspect approached the residence, he would have not seen anybody else other than the two-year-old. >> the toddler's mother was ten feet away but hidden by the family car. just as the suspect grabbed the child and ran, he realized her mom was right there. >> mother was also in the front yard and begin giving chase to the suspect and yelling at him. also threatening she was going to call the polic
. wednesday night an officer shot a person while investigating a robbery. >> good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> our other cop story compliment that got the president in trouble. >> abc 7 news is live in sacramento with what he skped reaction to it. debate is over whether the remark is sexist. she does appear to be brushing off this incident. he apologized for calling her, quote, by far the best looking attorney general in the country he believes and recognizes that the challenges women continue to face in the work place. >> the president praised the san francisco democrat for her brilliance and her toughness, before he come plited her looks the president's comments caused a national debate over whether saying anything about appearance has a place in a professional setting. the two do share a friendship. she doesn't appear to be offended by the comment n a statement her office said the attorney general and president have been friends for many years and she strongly supports him. rebecca blanton is glad an uproar erupted because it shows fro gres from 15 years ago. >> what ends up happen stha
news anchors dan ashley and cheryl jennings, had the chance to experience the new exploratorium ahead of wednesday's public opening. >> next, you may have just got any hint from dan harris why president obama is letting someone else deliver the weekly white house address this morning. also, the gun show this weekend at the cow palace. how much do these events contribute to the trafficking of illegal weapons? and a renown ballet dancer credits the marin county youth program for a career that's kept him on his toes. why he credits his humble beginnings for his career. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! ♪ wow. [ buzz ] delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? bee happy. bee healthy. with clusters of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >> welcome back. it's 6:30 on this saturday morning. we are starting this half-hour with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist frances dinglas
the cellphone. >> i'm dan ashley, coming up new at 5:00, a look at new way hackers can access your cellphone. how you can protect your phone and personal information. also the jaw dropping offer from macy's that customers took full advantage of. we'll check out the deal of a lifetime. that is coming up at >> larry: here is prime time line-up. two hours of "dancing with the stars" and castle at 10:00 and join us for abc news at 11:00. major crackdown going on across the state. chp are on the lookout for distracted drivers, not just people may be texting or talking on their phone. wayne freedman was out riding with the highway patrol joins us from the embarcadero. >> reporter: they are very serious, more serious than we've ever seen them before. there is no tolerance policy. we took a ride with the california highway patrol after we stopped in downtown san francisco. >> call it a by-product of our unwired age, tweeting and texting and sometime dangerous on the street. >> you cannot do that and anything responsible with the car, it's impossible. >> now more than ever, $500 of fines and fees, al
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